MoBI is a rather new approach to imaging the human brain dynamics supporting natural cognition. It overcomes the restrictions of traditional brain imaging methods and allows to investigate the brain dynamics supporting cognition that unfold in synchrony with active behavior. The first publications already revealed impressive new insights into human brain function and this new research area develops quickly alongside developments in hardware and new software approaches including new algorithms to analyze the complex and often artifact-loaded data.
The first meeting of international MoBI researchers took place at the Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg Delmenhorst in 2013. Here a small group of enthusiastic researchers developed ideas and approaches for future MoBI research. Following a MoBI workshop at OHBM 2014 in Hamburg the MoBI Society was established.
If you are a researcher working in this area join the society (mobi-research.org), to discuss your work, to exchange ideas, data, and code, and to excel the research on mobile brain/body imaging.